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Sweet! Malaysian chefs win World Pastry Cup 2019

What a sweet success story! A team of Malaysian pastry chefs have been crowned champions of the World Pastry Cup (or Coupe du Monde de la Pâtisserie in French) for 2019!

Traditional Chinese meals mixed with Nyonya favourites for Chinese New Year

Home cook May Goh still serves the Nyonya dishes she learnt how to make as a teenager like jiu hu char and acar, at her annual Chinese New Year gathering.

Hearty Italian fare at Passione

Passionate Italian chef Stefano Criber serves up a litany of Italian food like seafood linguine, cold cuts, wild boar tagliatelle, pluma Iberico and tiramisu.

Gajaa at 8 serves up delicious Kerala food

Gajaa at 8 is a family-run eatery that serves authentic Kerala food like meen pollichatu, mushroom varutharacha and chetta chicken curry.

Delectable Italian food at Enoteca

Enoteca’s new executive chef Tomasso Gocze introduces a whole range of delectable Italian options like risoni, cold cuts, ravioli, cannelloni and Iberico pork neck. 8.5/10 A delicious array of Italian fare, buoyed by stand-out pasta dishes The good: The food is awe-mazing The bad: Prices are quite high

Sherry is making a comeback thanks to whisky and bartenders

Sherry used to be a category that was really big, but had been in decline since the 1970s. However, it has been making a comeback in recent years.

Malaysian baking master Don Yong dies

Don Yong, the chairman of the iconic Malaysian Institute of Baking, passed away after a battle with lung cancer.

Cooking The Books: From decadent pastry to smart food, tonics and teas

This month’s cookbooks draw inspiration from a historic cooking school and society’s obsession with healthier living.

Add sweet and sour flavours to a meal with chutneys

How to create that special sweet-sour taste.

Why is Japanese bartending so revered around the world?

We sit down with one of the world’s most famous Japanese bartenders, Hidetsugu Ueno of Tokyo's Bar High Five, to find out just why Japanese bartending is so famous all around the world.